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. >> how do you get a bill that high? >> the education of lauryn hill was her famous cd. >> miss education. >> good point. >> thank you for being an educated audience and choosing us at 5:00 a.m. i'm andrea roane. >>> i'm mike hydeck. monika is out. beverly farmer has traffic today. mr. bernstein is going to start it off with a green day. >> it's still kind of muggy. we are looking at showers and storms in pennsylvania and just slipping into western maryland. for us the isolated to scattered storm this afternoon is what we'll be worried about, kind of like yesterday but a quiet morning. we don't have the wet streets like yesterday so beverly said it's better than yesterday. i agree with her. 84 by noon. we'll get sunny breaks. then thank the threat for the passing shower or storm. high of 88. back to 87 at 5:00. south winds at 10. your outdoor plans, you want to get them in, get the outdoor run in, probably better early than late because. the temperatures. here's the moisture we're watching in ohio, pennsylvania, west virginia. it's moving southeast. some of this is not even reaching the g
. >> have a designate the driver for your boat just like a car. quickly, you have better education classes, is that right? >> correct, we offer classes through our online website. you can go to to take a course. also coast guard puts on an excellent education course and for some of those individuals who require or would like to have a more hands-on feel some classes are actually taught where you can go and participate in the class to get a better understanding of the rules on the water. >> we'll talk more about boating, on the occoquan later on in the show. this weekend sunny and mid 80s. this is a good gig this morning. let's go inside. amanda, the traffic here? different story on 95, the beltway, 270, everything else, how we rolling? >> that's right, even though it's clear on the water adam is we have things picking up on the roadways. we're starting to see moderate delays and an incident on 95 northbound, that's coming in from dale city. live shot on 201 coming through college park in and out of the silver spring area, things are looking beautiful there, just picking up a little bit on
commission for community and junior colleges says ccsf didn't do enough to fix financial and educational deficiencies. the march will be held at 4:00 this afternoon in front of the department of education's san francisco office. >>> let's check in with meteorologist christina loren. i think she mentioned it will be the hottest day of the week. >> yes, it will. we will be ready. >> you need wauter? >> he's dehydrated, christina. >> it's understandable. we're back to that dry heat pattern in the bay area. temperatures will be hot today, but nothing like last week. 95 degrees inland, bay side 80, 68 at the coast. he's like a tall drink of water, mike inouye. >> more like a tumbler, a shot glass. i'm not that tall. looking toward the south bay, traffic builds in the northbound direction, slowly building but it will kick in over the 7:30 to 8:00 hour. looking over here at northbound 101, the crashality san antonio has not moved from the roadway. it's still an issue, northbound out of mountain view it's slowing. as you're approaching san francisco, traffic moving pretty good. a new accident to
is designed it's taking you from absolutely no experience or education and any sort of disaster response and bringing b you up to an area where at lease you a can be self sufficient in. >> what is the status of your patient? is he conscious? he is responsive? >> they can take this training anywhere they go whether they on a vacation or they in church or they at their place of business, they can use this training. >> that training kicked in when cert volunteer deidre fraiser drove up on an accident. >> you go in prepared becauseepr you know what you have to do.o. >> she didn't hesitate to take control. >> i assisted to make sure the victims were okay and tried to direct traffic so none of the other people would get hurt or o another accident would happen. h >> knowing what to do gives her an invaluable tool.uabl >> gives you the ability to trust in your instincts. [crying] >> it will allow you not only the knowledge but cdz -- confidence to da what you can. >> -- to do what you >> because whur waiting for someone -- when you are waitinge for someone to get there -- >> it takes a w
will the photographs be displayed? >> build the is our websi website. this is for the education center at the wall. this is a place that will really elevate the idea of service, service to your country, service to your community, using these photographs in a really positive way. we want people, citizens to be involved and we think this is a great legacy for those who have given their lives. not only in vietnam but other wars as well. and the photographs of the soldiers from iraq and afghanistan will also be displayed in a very positive and fulfilling manner. >> captain, as we let you guys go this morning, what do you think it means to the younger generation growing up who was not alive during the vietnam war to see this and be a part of american history? what does it say to those folks? >> i think it's extremely important for a few reasons. back in 1975, there was a study done that determined that basically all-american adults, about 150 american citizens knew someone by name that had died in vietnam. whether it was someone from their town, their school, their college, but they knew th
credentials, where he'd gotten his education. i said to myself, i think he's reading this but i thought i must be very mistaken. well, he was actually reading all of that. it was his notes and that became a focal point because he hadn't told the prosecution they had notes but if you're reading from notes on the witness stand then both sides are entitled to them. that was sort of a stall in the whole thing and then his testimony got going again but the jury is left i think to wonder how much credibility should we give to someone that doesn't remember too much about this whole thing. >> well, one has to wonder what the jury would be thinking because might they just be thinking he handles an awful lot of cases so he wouldn't remember. this wasn't an especially memorable case for him because he's doing cases all the time, it's six weeks after that murder that trayvon martin's name became notable and so he would naturally have to refer to his notes just to call some reference or memory of any case. is that not reasonable for a medical examiner? >> reporter: i think that's a great point. i think tha
-- it happened to korean airline. >> reporter: why do you feel shameful? >> maybe you know we were educated not to make mistake. prideful. >> reporter: those we spoke with say koreans generally take great pride in the accomplishments of south koreans and the country's economic rise and failure brings shame. >> if something good happens we're all happy. if something bad happens, we're all ashamed. >> reporter: but not all koreans or korean americans feel ashamed by what happened. sad, yes, but ashamed no. >> korean community shouldn't feel guilty about it. >> reporter: while some korean americans might feel shame some say they can take pride in the heroism displayed by the south korean flight crew in saving passengers. rob roth, ktvu news. >>> a legal fight heated up today over the release of a sexually violent predator who attacked women in the bay area. 62-year-old christopher hubbert was sent to prison three times for brutety raping dozens of women. the crimes happened in san francisco, sunny vale, santa clara and southern california. he's due to be released in los angeles where he was bo
to korean airline. >> reporter: why do you feel shameful? >> maybe you know we were educated not to make mistake. prideful. >> reporter: those we spoke with say koreans generally take great pride in the accomplishments of south koreans and the country's economic rise and failure brings shame. >> if something good happens we're all happy. if something bad happens, we're all ashamed. >> reporter: but not all koreans or korean americans feel ashamed by what happened. sad, yes, but ashamed no. >> korean community shouldn't feel guilty about it. >> reporter: while some korean americans might feel shame some say they can take pride in the heroism displayed by the south korean flight crew in saving passengers. rob roth, ktvu news. >>> a legal fight heated up today over the release of a sexually violent predator who attacked women in the bay area. 62-year-old christopher hubbert was sent to prison three times for brutety raping dozens of women. the crimes happened in san francisco, sunny vale, santa clara and southern california. he's due to be released in los angeles where he was born: but the
to save city college from being stripped of accreditation took the message to the department of education, they held a protest rally year evening in front of their san francisco office. the school was notified last week by the commission for junior colleges they will lose accreditation in july. city college has until the end of the month to appeal the decision. >> from fremont this morning, police are asking for the public's help to fine the man who stole packages from the doorsteps of homeowners. surveillance video shows a man taking a package off the front porch of a home back in june. there is also video of the suspect's car entering the neighbor. they ran the plates and compared a picture of the registered owner with video of the man taking the package. police identified the suspect, a 27-year-old hispanic from san jose as the suspect. he is a transient but could be in the san jose area. >> from berkeley this morning, the city's humane society is asking for the public's help after the van was stolen over the fourth of july holiday welcome. officials say the van was in their parking lo
of education, up to a max of 8.5%. >> what they've done over there is worse than doing nothing at all. >> reporter: senator joe manchin working with republicans has propose add similar plan with one key difference. -- proposed a similar plan with one key difference. it won't use the nation's savings to pay down the debt. >> profits should not be made on the backs of students trying to go to school. >> reporter: majority leader reid says he will not introduce any bill that ties student loan rates to the market. tara mergener for cbs news, washington. >> white house says it doesn't favor one proposal over the other. it says congress needs to come up with a fix sooner than later. >>> investigators reveal new information against a former top n.f.l. player charged with murder. >> and a beloved member of the nationals zoo -- national zoo is back in his pen. are you ashamed, rusty? more coming up. >> it is 6:39. wusa9 and dc jobs are trying to get you hired. the virginia spine institute is looking to hire a full-time physician's assistant and no experience is required. for more information l
to the u.s. treasury borrowing cost plus 2.5%. as rates rise so does the cost of education, up to a max of 8.5%. >> what they've done is nothing at all. >> joe mansion working with republicans has proposed a similar plan with one key difference. it won't use the savings to pay down the nation's debt. >> this bipartisan group all agree profits should not be made on students trying to go to school. that's a big difference. >> majority leader reed said he will not introduce any bill that ties student loan rates to the market. >> the white house doesn't favor one proposal just said congress needs to come up with a fix sooner rather than later. >>> new details this morning about the crash of asiana airlines jet in san francisco. vic carter said the ntsb has questioned the pilots. >> good morning. investigators reveal new detaile botched landing that ripped an airplane apart with 300 people on board. the ntsb says it's still too soon to know why it happened. >> asiana flight 214 smashed into the seawall first with its landing gear then tail. two flight attendants were ejected from the back as
the museum has laid off workers and has reorganized educational program and trying to create new fundraising. >>> the governor outlines transportation plans for aplansa county that is ripe for developments. why the projects could lead to o hundreds of new jobs. >>> why street cars are one step closer to becoming a reality in d.c. >>> council membersmembs cracking down a crimes, the steps being taken to protect th elderly from financial abuse. o >>> an economic boost to prince george's county, not only willy, it lead n to more jobs t will he any of us that commute beth be peaker has the details. >> reporter: this is not far nt from the metro station, as can you see, this is a tough place l for a pedestrian to cross the road. >> i don't think it's possible.s >> reporter: it's kind of hard. >> the governor says this problem and a number of others could be fixed with projects he announced today. >> it will make our roads safer and per for pedestrians, and also better to move traffic. >> reporter: maryland's governor o'malley announced a $50 million investment in for aa new acc
education affordability. >> loans and scholarships were my only option and taking out federal loans was the only way for me. i had to work to pay off the rest of my tuition. >> reporter: the student loan interest rate hike that went into effect july 1st expected to cost students $95 million. the effect could be crippling. >> it's going to affect 7 million students nationwide and 105,000 students here in maryland. >> i know the burden and the impact that has on families. your ability to take care of your children, to buy a home, to contribute to the economy are impacted by having a huge student loan debt. >> reporter: for miss brooks it means adding to what's become nearly $20,000 of debt. >> we're considering not going to school at all because we're afraid of having these loans to payback. and how that's going to affect me after school. >> reporter: reporting in prince george's county, zachary kiesch, news 4. >>> in news for your health part of kais emp smpkaiser permanentn in largo maryland will become the largest facility in the mid-atlantic region. >>> a controversial deer hunt
like we'll get an education as this case is adjudicated. thanks for coming on to explain to us. >>> egypt continues to unravel as more protests and deaths reported overnight. we have the latest on the unrest there. >> sixteen crew members on the plane that crashed landed at san francisco international airport. what does a crew do with only seconds ontoo react. a former flight attendant who used to fly into sfo is up next with details. wait a sec! i found our colors. we've made a decision. great, let's go get you set up... we need brushes. you should check out our workshops... push your color boundaries while staying well within your budget walls. i want to paint something else. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the the home depot. right now get $5 off one-gallon cans and $20 off five-gallon buckets of select paints and stains lookin' good, flo! feelin' good! feelin' real good! [ engine revs ] boat protection people love. now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> welcome back to "fox & friends." it is 30 minutes now past the hour. our top story we're following
-s department of education's office in san francisco. the school plans to request a review of the decision. if the decision is upheld then school officials say they will seek an appeal. watching wall street this morning. futures trading shows all three indexes in the negative this morning. shows all three indexes in the negative this morning. Ñáçwçñ [ female announcer ] ] it's a mountain grown mornig g with folgers lively colombia. welcoming the sunrise with h a taste of vanilla bisco. whether it's one cup up or a full carafe, turn any day gourmet with folgers gourmet selections. but the stock market is gaining back its momentum. all major stock indexes rose yesterday-- and the biggest gaints were in riskier small company stocks. here's a look at the closing numbers. the dow jones rose more than 75 points to end the day at 15,300. the nasdaq also rose 19, closing at 3,504. and the s and p 500 climbed 12 points to close at 1,652. we'll be watching the stock market all morning long here on the kron four morning news starting at 6:30 with the opening bell. >>anny:in washington, se
's 5:18. congress tries to help college students dealing with a rising cost of education. why they can't agree on how to make college affordable. >> coming up in sports, pablo sandoval was trying to bring the giants out of their offensive slump and the as get some much deserved all-star love. we'll explain coming up in sports. >> and what's cool about your school or your camp? submit your nomination on our website, we may come out and feature your school or summer camp on the show. we'll be right back. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19
negotiations with prince george's county's new schools ceo. the board of education is holding an emergency meeting tonight at 7:00 in upper marlboro. dr. kevin maxwell was named the school's ceo last friday. he worked for prince george's county for 22 years before becoming superintendent for anna rundle county schools. >>> today the d.c. council will consider emergency legislation to move next year's primary election from april to june. the democratic primary will likely decide who will become d.c. mayor. but the winner will not take office until january 1, 2015. council chairman phil mendelssohn argues that without the change, nine months would be too long for lame-duck leaders to remain in office. the original bill did not make it out of committee. >>> weather and traffic, we turn to storm team 4 meteorologist amelia siegle. most people walking up in the 70-degree neighborhood. >> absolutely. not much in the way of sunshine now. in fact, throughout the day today, you can see, though, pretty sunrise it's making for this morning. red skies there with our reston camera. tyson's off in the d
dream. the way to do that is afford an education. we cannot afford it with rates doubling. >> reporter: now, it's still unclear if even that proposal vote can pass today. if it fails that could open up congress to a much larger debate kate and chris. >> thank you, erin, very much. >>> here's why it matters here. the politicians have said that education is a priority. we all know that is the way we move our economy forward. and not only are they not advantaging students. they're disadvantaging students. it doesn't make sense. you want to tie it to what the mortgage rates are based on, fine. >> i think the only silver lining here is that many students don't seek out these loans until august. >> right. >> so there is a little bit of room for them to fix it. but i think the frustration is always why do you always have to go up against a deadline and miss the deadline and then try to fix it. >> that's right. make this a political football. all the family's hopes for the kids this is what you fight over. >>> let's get to michaela for the latest. >>> good morning to you at home. making news e
for the pakistani school girl who nearly died when shot in the head by the taliban for promoting education for girls. malala yousafzai will give her first public speech this morning, taking place at the united nations. the address to a special gathering of young people comes a day after her 16th birthday. >> such a remarkable young lady. oh. inspiration to so many. >> light bulbs were invented back in the 1880s. but the chicago cubs didn't start using them at wrigley field until 1980s. guess what? now the team is leaping into the millennium with plans to install, yep, a jumbotron. as you can imagine not everybody is happy. the city has finally granted permission for the team to put in the 5,700 square foot structure in left field. but local alderman and owners of the famous rooftops where fans watch games they're furious saying the jumbotron would cut into their views and ruin the quality of life in that neighborhood. >> staunch opposers to that. ooh, boy. >> she doesn't look like a weight lifter at all. but a young woman managed to lift a truck off her father's legs this week and save him from seve
from china planning to attend an educational church camp in california. their parents along with the parents of our students that survived left shanghai monday headed to the u.s. to be with their children. a dozen of those classmates met yesterday with the chinese consul general. many undecided whether to return home or attend the camp without their two lost friends. for "cbs this morning," anna werner, san francisco. >>> there are new questions coming out of washington about how to handle the crisis in egypt. the country's interim president has announced plan to hold new elections in six months. that's doing little to calm the fears the country is descending into chaos. yesterday was the deadliest day since president mohamed morsi was ousted. john dickerson is with us. good morning. >> good morning. >> you see the white house walking a very fine line on this. you have lawmakers saying we should end this massive aid we give egypt. what take does the white house ake on this? >> you see yesterday the white house not calling it a coo. when you have the mi
possible changes in gun ownership. >> gretchen: educators at one school district not making the grade. the hempstead school district. >> brian: on long island. >> gretchen: new york. released a summer reading list. one big problem? there is more than 30 errors on it. here are some. the "the great gatsby" became the greatritten by george orwell. the school district said it was george ornell. >> brian: same thing. >> gretchen: canterbury tales is now just one canterbury tale. no word yet from the school district. >> brian: all right. >> gretchen: that's sad and funny at the same time. >> steve: we've been showing you all morning long clues to who our breakfast buddy is today. >> brian: here is one of your clues. this brooklyn native knows how to control a tough crowd. even had an anchor seat on snl's weekend update when it was really funny. it's comedian, outstanding writer, funny guy, collin quinn. [ applause ] there he is! how are you? >> hi. >> gretchen: good morning. >> steve: how are you? >> i'm great. >> steve: you're really great. you've got a show right now. >> actually not that
with education challenges, water and sewer projects across the country. two, the environmental factors have been addressed. no pipeline, no project has been more studied more scrutinized than this one. the national research council which is not some partisan group, probably leans more to the left, said the product that will be transported through this pipeline is no more corrosive than conventional crude oil. study after study to show it. >> the state department. obama's state department came out and gave him all the political cover you think he needs. what's the white house's -- >> if you don't transport this by pipeline, you transport it by ship or rail, more dangerous for those concerned about a leak or explosion. if you do this might allow us to build a new round of pipelines across the country and show how we do it in a safe and better way. >> there's not much reason to worry for people concerned if you live in the state of nebraska you can get an oil change by turning on your water tap? >> let's talk off set but i don't believe that -- >> all jokes aside, that shouldn't be a concern. >> if
, but also financed his education when he came out of the national guard and ended up going to college off the g.i. bill. gregg: sergeant lunsford, thank you so much for your service and your tremendous sacrifice. i know it's been tough. you've expressed yourself well, and you're going to be one of the lead witnesses in this case. thank you so much. >> you're welcome, sir. martha: powerful stuff. jon scott is standing by with a look at what's coming up on "happening now" today. hi, jon. jon: it's about time that trial gets underway, huh, martha? there is also big news today on two fronts on obamacare. the hhs secretary just a few minutes ago trying to push forward with that law as the obama administration steps up the push on the health care overhaul. it comes as the gop continues its full frontal assault trying to block it. joe trippi and jonah goldberg weigh in. >>> plus, the boston bombing suspect makes a court appearance today. we will talk with the mother of two of the victims of the terror attack there. >>> and the whitey bulger trial turns explosive. a courtroom fight over who is th
as the person who is attending the birth is educated and supports the body and the woman, and her choices, it's a good experience. >> reporter: an experience a new mom or mum will never forget. for "good morning america," bianna golodryga, abc news, london. >> laughing gas is interesting. here to talk about it, abc news senior medical contributor, dr. jennifer ashton. let's talk about mid wives. not that common here. very common in britain. >> absolutely. they have much more access to mid wives there. we need more in this country. i actually had the privilege of raining with the largest group in new york city. i worked wide-by-side with them. but there's a lot of misconceptions about midwifes. obstetrician equals every intervention. and in reality, it's blended. mid wives do use epidurals and antibiotics. they can't actually perform the major surgery. >> and kate's going to have two ob-gyns, right? >> yes. and i wasn't asked. >> and also, far fewer c-sections over in priso britai. why is that? >> we're not sure. they have fewer deliveries. and they use more mid wives and have a better approac
to in the meantime. >>> how about the come-on congress. they say education is a priority, they helped the banks, they help homeowners with mortgage rates, student loans pop up, they say they'll fix it and make it retroactive, any action yet in. >> there's a compromise on the senate side. joe manchin from west virginia was involved in getting background checks on guns compromise, angus king, new independent from maine, a couple governors involved as well. on the senate side you see an effort closer to the president's plan, peg them on treasury bonds. graduate rates higher than regular loans. we see movement in the senate, but the big question is the republican controlled house when they look at the proposal does it make them change at all? we don't know the answer to that yet. it's nice to see progress but the house is more important than the senate. >> especially in this one. john king great to see you, thank you. >> thank you. >> republicans say education matters also. this is a mystery. >> republican house says they've already passed a aboutily in may. >> look at the rates, got to put the rat
this was happening, i mean, you're a very attractive, bright, educated, successful woman. did your friends and family think you are out of your mind? >> many. many. my family was upset. they came around too. they came to love the girls and came around, but i lost my job. i lost a lot of things i was thrown off boards to directors. a lot of things happened. katie: you were married for five and a half years? >> while he was in prison. katie: so how do you maintain a marriage with a guy in prison? i mean, what was your relationship like? i know you got to visit him, right? >> yeah. and we in canada -- this was in canada, and we had conjugal visits. so every -- katie: how did that work? not to get too personal. you would go and visit and they would say here's a place you can go? >> you know what, katie, you go to prison, basically. there are trailers on the prison grounds. so i would have to leave -- if once i went in, it was 72 hours. and once i went in, there was no leaving unless i didn't come back. i couldn't go make a phone call. i couldn't go to work. so i had to sort of fix my life so i could go a
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